Hot seat is premature but he definitely has as much to prove as anyone else. He did indeed heavily lobby for Bridgewater. But he wasn't the one throwing passes and Teddy was too timid. That being said the redzone offense left a lot to be desired as did some of the calls late in games. But based on us adding Dan Arnold taking Terrace Marshall and then drafting Chuba Hubbard I would say scoring should be much improved this year if not yes some criticism is warranted.
Lets just say I watched the entire live stream and Burns was lined up against whoever was LT (couldn't quite see for sure) while Moton (I could see) was definitely lined up at right and he got to the QB faster than running a straight line w no one blocking. Literally dipped right around the guy each and every time.